Thursday, October 21, 2021
  
  
Group exhibition embraces art

Group exhibition embraces art

Creators from the Saíz Brothers Association (AHS) and...

El patio de mi casa: Cienfuegos' song to Cuban culture

El patio de mi casa: Cienfuegos' song to Cuban culture

Music returned this Wednesday to the big stages of...

"Los Elementos", National Prize for Community Culture 2021: Filled with Pleasure

The National Community Culture Award 2021, granted by...

  • Group exhibition embraces art

    Group exhibition embraces art

  • El patio de mi casa: Cienfuegos' song to Cuban culture

    El patio de mi casa: Cienfuegos' song to Cuban...

  • "Los Elementos", National Prize for Community...

Articles

Cienfuegos is the city I like the most

“Cienfuegos is the city I like the most”, say the lirics of one of the most important songs by Benny Moré, a great musician who was born here. The brilliant artist felt himself seduced by the large Southern city, as it happens to all those that are born or visit this city, 250 kilometers Southeast of Havana, well-known as the Pearl of the South.  

Read more: Cienfuegos is the city I like the most

Cienfuegos: a city of proud and privilege

The Pearl of the South is one of those diverse nicknames of Cienfuegos, a city with a French taste, capable of pleasing the locals and the foreigners. That´s why every year, thousands come to visit it. A lot has been written and said about this charming city which is attractive due to its history, infrastructure, cuisine and culture.

Read more: Cienfuegos: a city of proud and privilege

Carilda, a woman to be read

Some weeks I heard on TV news that the winner of the award Puertas de Espejo at the National Library in the category of adult literature 2013 was the poetess from Matanzas Carilda Oliver Labra by her book "A woman who writes", published by Ediciones Ma­tanzas. The news arrived behind schedule, but they brought the peculiar surprise of being a volume of poetry, that genre which some say it has just a few readers, the most requested in the Cuban libraries, according to the surveys that are made to grant it.

Read more: Carilda, a woman to be read

Cultural Guide

Curiosities

Meet the city